I have purchased several sets of speakers over the last few weeks when evaluation/building my dedicated HT.
I have decided to go with K2-S9900-speakers costing much more than any of my other choices.
So, I will be selling off several sets of speakers.
I have “As New” 4367 speakers in Black Walnut which only have about 12 hours of play time and are in mint condition. They come with the Org. receipt from a few weeks back when I purchased them from my Authorized JBL dealer.
For 2018, the 4367 is now the center of the prestigious JBL Synthesis line and is featured as the top L/C/R choices in their $240,000 and $189,000 JBL Synthesis systems.
the 4367's list for $7,500 each will sell for $ 5,000 each (will sell 2 in this ad...but there is a 3rd one available for Home Theater LCR - contact me if you want the 3rd one under a seperate purchase.) - This is less than ½ of what you would pay for M2’s. (shipping is $325 for two strapped to Pallet double boxed)
Pick up is preferred but shipping is a possibility to lower 48 states. If shipping; payment is PayPal, I have been PayPal verified for the last 12 years.
Back to the 4367’s: they are superb and sound great; they give a "you are there" experience with zero shout, smooth and slightly sweet, yet all is there. Smooth, sweet, musical, powerful bass, listen all day good, easy to drive and easy to place.
JBL 4367 Linage is from the M2
“The JBL 4367 “incorporates drivers and technologies directly drawn from the company’s M2 Master Reference Monitor to deliver remarkable musical realism and sonic accuracy.” In fact, the high-frequency transducer is identical, though the waveguide on the 4367 is not quite as large as on the M2. The D2430k is a dual-diaphragm, dual-voice-coil compression driver that employs two annular (ring-shaped) diaphragms and two voice coils to high and ex-high-frequency response to 40kHz with extremely low distortion even at high volume levels. The annular diaphragms are not subject to the break-up modes of a conventional dome diaphragm, and the use of two voice coils yields a dramatic increase in output and power handling. Per the press release, “the sonic result is extraordinary clarity and resolution with a rich, musically involving midrange and smooth, accurate high-frequency reproduction that brings out the best in high-resolution music sources and the most demanding program material.”
One if many great reviews stated “JBL has released the JBL 4367 Studio Monitors to bring master reference quality into the home. The new JBL 4367 promises much of the same M2 technology, all the same drivers in a slightly more compact package (still 135lb each), along with a built-in crossover allowing the use of conventional home amplifiers. Basically, if you’ve been wanting the lauded JBL M2 sound in your current system, the
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